The Uruguayan reveals his dislike of the English press.
Controversial Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has added fuel to the already growing fire that the Uruguayan will be moving to Real Madrid, after admitting it would interest him.
The 25-year-old has a release clause in his contract – believed to be in excess of £40m – and Madrid are one of only a handful of clubs with the financial resources able to activate it.
Whilst manager Brendan Rodgers is keen to keep hold of his hit-man, the Northern Irishman is resigned to the fact that Suarez is probably too good not to be playing Champions League football next season.
The Uruguay international has had an up and down two-and-a-half years on Merseyside, which has seen the striker be banned for racism but also score 23 league goals in 2012/13.
Now it seems he is becoming increasingly disillusioned at Anfield and a move to the Spanish capital appears to be his preferred choice.
“To say no to Madrid would always be difficult and more so with the team they have,” the forward was quoted in the Guardian.
“I have a contract with Liverpool, but it would be very difficult to say no to Real Madrid.”
Suarez is currently serving a 10-match ban after biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during a Premier League match and feels he has been treated unfairly by the press during his time in England.
“I suffered too much as a kid to get where I am to be attacked unfairly by the English press.”
“My daughter and my wife have suffered. I’m not prepared to continue to put up with the English press.”
These comments could be music to the ears of Madrid fans and particularly club president Florentino Perez – who is looking to secure a marquee signing such as Suarez as he bids for re-election at the nine-time European champions.
As for Liverpool, their failure to secure Champions League football for the fourth straight year could see them lose yet another key player.